Starring: Naveen Kasturia, Mayank Tewari, Aditi Vasudev
Directed by Amit Masurkar
What I liked about Sulemani Keeda is the heartwarming portrayal of relationships in a state of flux. In the urban jungle of Mumbai, with people constantly on the move, many a love story, despite the right sparks, can remain unexpressed or unresolved. But life moves on. It could even hold true for two writing partners and friends sharing a film script, a flat and some t-shirts. While this larger theme held my attention, the more overt concern of the film—looking at the mad world of Bollywood at the fringes—was underwhelming. Yes, the Andheri-Versova-Oshiwara feel might be right, and so too with the crummy...